Periodic Table 11oz Mug


$ 10.95 

In 1869, the Russian chemist Mendeleev noted that the repeating patterns of behavior could be arranged in a sequence of elements, giving rise to the "Periodic Table Of The Elements". This 11 oz. white porcelain mug is imprinted with seven colors to show the most recent Periodic Table Of The Elements and its listings. This latest version includes
  1. Nihonium (Nh), element 113
  2. Moscovium (Mc), element 115
  3. Tennessine (Ts), element 117
  4. Oganesson (Og), element 118

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